THE MAN WHO SAW THE MAN WHO SAW THE BEAR!
Collaborative exhibition of the Musée ambulant and the MBAS
January 27 to April 10, 2022
Jeanne Couture | Musée Ambulant
Sarah Bélanger-Martel | Musée Ambulant
Frédérique Renaud | Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke
Musée Ambulant’s collection
Catherine Arsenault I Elisabeth Belliveau I Ludovic Boney I Audrée Demers-Roberge
Annie Descôteaux and Sophia Borowska I Guillaume Desrosiers Lépine I Romain Lasser
Paryse Martin I The Plouffe Family
Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke’s collection
Pierre Ayotte I Jacques Barbeau I Serge Lemoyne I Mario Merola I Guido Molinari I Michel Pimparé I Louise Scott I Fernand Toupin I Armand Vaillancourt I Arthur Villeneuve
This child-eight exhibition embodies legend, storytelling aesthetics and hearsay. As they enter, visitors are greeted by Bruce, a bear perched on a chair, frozen in motion. The latter will guide young and old through a fantastic journey in which you are the hero.
Vistors are invited to create their own story and use their imagination to discover what the art communicates and how each piece relates to one another. Here, there is no right answer, only clues of a quest whose outcome changes with each visit, according to the gaze of the one who lingers there. Let yourself be carried away on an adventure with Bruce and share your experience through words or drawings on the postcards available in the exhibition area.
See you under the big top on January 27th!